Wisconsin Interoperable System for Communications (WISCOM)
Public Trunked Radio System
|Name||Wisconsin Interoperable System for Communications (WISCOM)|
|Owners||Wisconsin State, Bayfield County, Kewaunee County, Fond Du Lac City, Greenfield City|
|Counties||statewide / all|
|Type||Project 25 Phase I|
|WNGR327, WNUX451, WPLR315, WPLV685, WPVE819, WPVF794, WPZF707, WPZF708, WPZF716, WPZF960, WPZM889, WQKB482, WQKJ502, WQKJ503, WQKK678, WQKM917, WQKN383, WQKN385, WQKN388, WQKN393, WQKN402, WQKN406, WQKN407, WQKN506, WQKN902, WQKN903, WQKN928, WQKP283, WQKP291, WQKP292, WQKP293, WQKP294, WQKQ207, WQKQ208, WQKQ422, WQKQ659, WQKR272, WQKR554, WQKR790, WQKS333, WQKS347, WQKS916, WQKS929, WQKT945, WQKU586, WQKX625, WQKX627, WQKX772, WQKY217, WQLF394, WQLF860, WQLG396, WQLG475, WQLG497, WQLG614, WQLH274, WQLI433, WQLI443, WQLI456, WQLJ733, WQLK460, WQLK684, WQLL851, WQLM406, WQLP614, WQLP740, WQLP946, WQLQ257, WQLQ395, WQLQ400, WQLQ556, WQLZ387, WQLZ388, WQLZ389, WQLZ718, WQME988, WQMJ756, WQMK331, WQMM960, WQMN200, WQOL986, WQOQ846, WQOW867, WQOX301, WQPJ917, WQPQ440, WQPR259, WQPU305, WQQL578, WQRH272, WQRL455, WQRP969, WQRS245, WQRZ986, WQSC740, WQSK701, WQSL275, WQST953, WQTG229, WQTN737, WQTX608, WQTZ205, WQUB714, WQUF975, WQUI491, WQUQ684, WQUR846, WQVI374, WQVJ643, WQVT469, WQWJ943, WQWS819|
WQLR813, WQSD431, WQUJ393
|Database||FCC Site Map|
|Forum||RR Site Map|
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Welcome to the Wisconsin Interoperable System for Communications (WISCOM) collaboration article, a Statewide Public Trunked Radio System located in all Counties, Wisconsin, United States.
This is where you, the user, may index any articles you develop for scanning related topics for this Trunked Radio System.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) is the lead agency in charge of the installation and procurement of the Wisconsin Interoperable System for Communications (WISCOM) P25 TRS that was installed during 2010.
While WisDOT was installing the system, WISCOM was administered by the SSMG. It can be leveraged as a statewide interoperability solution for use by any eligible public safety entity.
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